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Snakebytes 4/17: Chicken Finger Gate

Thanks for the win Mr. Seagul

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"He's pitched me very well. I've always told myself just try to get something up with him. He's got that tough slider. I was lucky enough to get something I could put a barrel on." - Hill on his hit off Romo

"We have to learn how to win these type of games. When you win in 12 it's great but you'd like to win that game in nine." - Hale on the win

"He's going to be in there most every day now. The way he's played, he's forced his way in there." - Hale on Ender Inciarte

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Diamondbacks manager Chip Hale said Thursday that left fielder Ender Inciarte will play almost every day after jumping out to a hot start, reports.

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